The Renegade Rip

Marcus Castro

Marcus Castro

February 26, 2016

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Marcus Castro is a contributing editor on The Rip this semester. He was the Editor in Chief in Fall 2015. Marcus is putting much of his focus toward page...

Mason J. Rockfellow

Mason J. Rockfellow

February 26, 2016

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Profile coming soon. Awards: CCMA Best Photo Series – Honorable Mention (2016)

Long season over for women’s hoops

February 17, 2016

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[Photos By Mason J. Rockfellow and Joe Bergman]

Random Renegade

Misty Severi, Reporter

February 17, 2016

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Bakersfield College sophomore Raven Segobia is getting an associate degree in geology next year before transferring to California State University, Bakersfield. “I’m hoping to get my master’s in geochemistry, and from there, I’m hoping to go into petroleum geochemistry and maybe do rock evaluation or become a consultant for a company.” When asked why she chose...

Chargers fan frustrated that the Broncos are Super Bowl 50 champions

Cameron Barksdale, Reporter

February 17, 2016

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  As a San Diego Charger fan, the Super Bowl did not go as desired. If I disliked a team, it would be the Denver Broncos. The New England Patriots would definitely be a close second. Obviously, the Chargers did not make the playoffs with a record of 4-12. As the Super Bowl was getting ready to start, I was salivating, recalling the last time the Broncos were in the...

Tennis serving up the heat

Marcus Castro, Contributing Editor

February 3, 2016

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After a rough 2015 season for both Bakersfield College men’s and women’s tennis teams, they opened with wins and are striving for a winning record this season. BC men’s tennis closed out last season with a 3-10 record, and coach Nicholas Jacobs explained that he doesn’t see that repeating this season. “For the men, I have pretty high expectations,” said Jacobs. The...

Volleyball gets even with Citrus

Volleyball gets even with Citrus

Carl E. Littleberry Jr., Reporter

November 18, 2015

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Bakersfield College’s volleyball team continued its late season run through the Western State Conference, beating West L.A. College on Nov. 11 and C...

Memorial run for fallen officers

Memorial run for fallen officers

November 18, 2015

Saturday, Nov. 13th was the 33rd annual Kern County Memorial Police Walk from 8 a.m. to noon located at the River Walk. The Bakersfield Police Department...

BC Jazz Ensemble presents contemporary works

BC Jazz Ensemble presents contemporary works

November 18, 2015

    The Bakersfield College Jazz Ensemble presented classic and contemporary works at the Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert of 2015. The co...

Athletes should stick to the field

Carl E. Littleberry Jr., Reporter

November 4, 2015

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Sports have always been a touchy topic for me; it’s something like talking to a Democrat about politics when you’re a Republican. I have my favorite teams, and my views on soccer and women’s basketball have been known to start mini-verbal wars between the nicest of people. I understand that defense wins championships in football and that you can’t win in October...

Students get faster path to law enforcement jobs

Students get faster path to law enforcement jobs

October 21, 2015

  Students at Bakersfield College who are seeking a cheaper and faster route to a career in law enforcement can take advantage of the link be...

Fundraising event honors late counselor

Fundraising event honors late counselor

October 21, 2015

  A scholarship fundraiser with live music at the Huddle in front of Bakersfield College’s Memorial Stadium was held to build a foundation...

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